Rep. Tom McClintock brought ’em to their feet at the Kalahari resort in Sandusky, invoking Ronald Reagan’s name. Reflecting the tenor of the crowd, two-thirds of whom are new to national conventions, he proclaimed a new Republican Party.
A woman has the right to determine when and whether she will bear a child. That right – first established by the U.S. Supreme Court in Roe v. Wade in 1973 – was reaffirmed on Monday when the court struck down a law that placed obstacles in front of Texas women who wanted to get an abortion.
Clearly livid with Democrats for wresting control of the floor (literally) of the U.S. House with a sit-in over gun laws, Speaker Paul Ryan found himself fuming behind a bank of microphones Thursday morning.
In the midst of Pride Month, a week into Ramadan, days after the burial of the beloved American Muslim Muhammad Ali, America awoke Sunday to yet another unbearable slaughter, the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history.
There was pride in Hillary Clinton’s voice as she gave what amounted to an acceptance speech Tuesday night. By dominating the polls in New Jersey then California, she had done something no other woman in American history had done – broken through the glass ceiling and unofficially claimed the nomination for president of the United States.
Mark Wild, 26, of Santa Cruz and a University of California, Merced student, drives his car in Merced Calif., Friday, July 15, 2016. Wild says he is not comfortable riding his bike around Merced and relies on his car to get around the city. According to walkscore.com, Merced's Walk Score is listed at 41.
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City of Merced scores low on walkability
Puppy rescue by City of Merced Fire Department
Merced migrant students wrap up summer program
School Stories: Student, community collaboration on display in Merced